Stopped for road works, the view out my window. Some snow up top. Shingle Creek vicinity, north of Roxburgh. Central Otago trip to view autumn colour
Black and White (02). I'm proud to feature two outstanding photos taken in New Zealand, not too far away from where I live, by Australia-based photographer Lignum Draco. He ventured into the remote Nevis Valley of Central Otago in search of a solitary tree by a small pond with a mountain backdrop that he'd heard... Continue Reading →
These photos are all taken from the road and close to Mossburn, either as we were approaching the village or a few km down the road after we'd left. Mossburn, Northern Southland, New Zealand. Taken by Liz; 30 June, 2018 Dunrobin red tussock grassland. The Southland sub-species of red tussock is particularly fine and looks... Continue Reading →
Rock Face (do you see the face?) - Looks like an aristocratic man's face to me, in profile with nose toward the power pole. Lawyer's head? What do you see? Taken by Liz at Butchers Dam near Alexandra, Central Otago, New Zealand, Sat 02 June 2018.
Good Friday found us heading to Queenstown as Nigel in his work as Landscape Architect had an appointment there. I spent time wandering around re-acquainting myself with the Lower Shotover River area, famed for its scenic beauty especially in autumn. The colours are only just starting. I found myself under the modern Shotover River bridge,... Continue Reading →
I invite you to come with me to Hereweka Garden on Otago Peninsula, not far from Dunedin. This is the home garden of Peter Cooke and Anna Moore. We visited on Sunday, a beautiful summer's day in spring. It was fine, sunny, hot and bright. Perfect day to be exploring one of the best gardens... Continue Reading →
Mid-winter down our end of the globe. Got up about 8am, looked out the kitchen window and saw bright pink clouds. Grabbed my cell and rushed outside (in pjs and gumboots to SO's amusement). Managed to get these shots although the colour was fading even while I was out there and had disappeared once I... Continue Reading →